IT has put in place many processes to make your lives streamlined and more secure in the office. If you’re working from home for the first time, this checklist can help you put similar processes in place to make your experience painless and protect your set up.
There's an old saying, "By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail." Learn how we empowered our team to delight clients and be productive while working from home. Overcome your productivity, management, security and collaboration issues that poorly planned remote working can cause.
Coronavirus and Remote Working: What You Need to Know
Let’s dive into best practices for remote working. We have ten tips to share. Depending on the maturity of your remote working setup, some may apply more than others. However, we’re trying to cover as many scenarios as possible.
Business downtime is much more common than you may think. Every business faces the risk of business interruption every day, from an employee clicking on something that they shouldn't have, hardware failure, the list just goes on and on. There are ways to protect your business from this loss of production time and data. We will explore real-world examples of downtime, and how you can protect yourself with a true business continuity solution. Join us to learn how to safeguard your organization in this presentation by Datto, the leader in Total Data Protection.
Every PC in your environment that's older than 4 years can cost you up to $1,700 annually, per PC. Not only is older technology expensive but it also leaves you vulnerable to cyberattacks. Learn your risks of keeping old technology and consider your options for upgrading.
Read this paper to learn about the evolution of phishing, how it works, and what it looks like. It also explores the importance of a multi-layered defense, combining advanced security technologies with educated, phishing-aware employees.
[infographic] The Importance of a Cybersecurity Culture
Most organizations know the benefits a cybersecurity culture brings – stronger reputation, deeper customer trust, higher profit – yet, not even half of organizations say they have a highly successful security culture.
High risk, unwanted and even malicious applications are hiding like parasites on many organizations' networks. What are these parasitic applications? Why can't firewalls see them? And what can you do to make sure you identify every single app on your network?
Does your WiFi suck and is it impacting your customer satisfaction or employee productivity? Determine performance, coverage, and run diagnostics from the palm of your hand with this self-assessment tool. Turn your Wi-Fi woes into Wi-Fi goals.
There are many considerations for SMBs thinking about moving their IT to another company. In this eBook, we’ve summed up the key factors to help you decide what’s best for your company. Let’s get started!
Do you understand how your cabling system works? Do you know what types of cables you use for different jobs? In our guide, The What and Why of Cabling, we answer your questions by describing the basic tenets of cabling.
Our relationship with Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa originated 35 years ago. What began with the installation of a phone system at its original 50-room Nordic Lodge has evolved into a long-term collaborative relationship.
Trust Fall: Real World Examples of Social Engineering Attacks
In order for your business to remain safe from these human threats, you — and your employees — need to remain vigilant, and not just about the obvious infractions, but about the motive behind various interactions, from email receipt to package delivery.
IT Department Structure Questions to Consider for Your Planning + Checklist
If you're a one-person IT department, our goal is to ease your planning process by providing you with simple, but comprehensive, step by step instructions on what to do, when to do it and how to do it best.
Being prepared for potential disasters, natural or man-made, is key to keeping your business running. Downtime is expensive and can lead to complete business closure. Use this Disaster Recovery checklist to get your business prepared
Success Story: Hospitality Recruiters of New York, Morrisonville Office Runs into Ransomware
A ransomware attack doesn't just encrypt your whole system; it makes it incredibly challenging for your network to operate as it once did after the malware seems to have been cleaned. This was the case with Hospitality Recruiters of New York's Morrisonville office.